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Recently I have purchased a 1999 model on coils. The EAS Fault message is displayed but the previous owner just ignored it. I have read the advice on this site how to get rid of the message but have discovered that the ECU has gone, at least its not in its box behind the battery anymore. can anyone advise what the best way forward is to get rid of the EAS fault message?
 

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All P38 EAS ECUs are under the driver's seat with the transmission ECU. EAS is on the bottom. Obviously you have Bosch 99, not a gems. Mid 99 Bosch engine management moved the engine ECU to cowling. Thus the need for a cooling fan and the ECU temp sensor that often fails in the on position and people wonder what the fan sound is long after the ignition is off. So the GEMS ECU box behind the battery is left open...makes a good storage bin for a roll up tool kit. Although I prefer the Land Rover factory tool kit that mounts in a slip sleeve on the back of the rear passenger seat.
 
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